Arctic and Antarctic regionalism. / Dodds, Klaus-John; Hemmings, Alan.

Handbook on the Geographies of Regions and Territories. ed. / Anssi Paasi; John Harrison; Martin Jones. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2018. p. 489-503 (Research Handbooks in Geography Series).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

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Arctic and Antarctic regionalism. / Dodds, Klaus-John; Hemmings, Alan.

Handbook on the Geographies of Regions and Territories. ed. / Anssi Paasi; John Harrison; Martin Jones. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2018. p. 489-503 (Research Handbooks in Geography Series).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Dodds, K-J & Hemmings, A 2018, Arctic and Antarctic regionalism. in A Paasi, J Harrison & M Jones (eds), Handbook on the Geographies of Regions and Territories. Research Handbooks in Geography Series, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham , pp. 489-503.

APA

Dodds, K-J., & Hemmings, A. (2018). Arctic and Antarctic regionalism. In A. Paasi, J. Harrison, & M. Jones (Eds.), Handbook on the Geographies of Regions and Territories (pp. 489-503). (Research Handbooks in Geography Series). Edward Elgar.

Vancouver

Dodds K-J, Hemmings A. Arctic and Antarctic regionalism. In Paasi A, Harrison J, Jones M, editors, Handbook on the Geographies of Regions and Territories. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar. 2018. p. 489-503. (Research Handbooks in Geography Series).

Author

Dodds, Klaus-John ; Hemmings, Alan. / Arctic and Antarctic regionalism. Handbook on the Geographies of Regions and Territories. editor / Anssi Paasi ; John Harrison ; Martin Jones. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2018. pp. 489-503 (Research Handbooks in Geography Series).

BibTeX

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